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a report from dhr which was led by shawn sher born and it consisted of three different thing, he gave us a timetable as to the selection, he gave us the job announcement which is to be issued tomorrow on the 1st of september which will be a matter of public record when it's issued and then he described the battery management test that candidates will be -- some of the candidates will be asked to complete and there's also going to be a supplemental questionnaire and these were questioned with input from subject matter expert who happens to be our previous secretary linda avery which i think is a good person to have input on these matters. and in terms of the timetable, the job announcement is going to be posted for a period of 45 days from the 1st of september to march 15th, between march 18th and this is a projected calendar, and march 29, the dhr with the help of the subject matter expert will make what could be called the first cut will basically eliminate candidates they feel are not qualified and will continue on with candidates that they feel are qualified or may be qualified in the
, it will be posted on the dhr website and throughout various publications that any member of the public can e-mail staff to find out about, you will probably see it in publications you will receive, the publication will happen until march 15th and candidates who make the at least minimum requirements will be asked to take the manager's test through the department of dhr and that in combination with their application will ultimately will be what our sub-committee evaluates, the position is posting on the 1st of february, we'll be posting until march 15th, it's accessible on the web, via human resources. >> commissioner antonini. >> do you want to take public comment first and then i can carry on after that, if there is any on this item? >> are you finished? >> i was going to say that in regards to what commissioner moore has said, if the commission feels more comfortable putting the action item on next week's calendar for the 7th, i mean, i'm only asking for an approval of what we're doing and what i described in general terms with the timetable, but not any action on any final selection proce
by diane masuda and myself and dhr. that might make a lot of sense. then the timeline might be off by a day or so, but we probably could move forward fairly quickly on that if that sounds reasonable. >> we have a tentative schedule already for us on the 23rd. [multiple voices] >> i believe we have that one scheduled. to the extent this can be -- information can be disseminated to the subcommittee, there's no reason why we can't get that information to them ahead of time. we'll have to check. * with the city attorney and make sure the items are presented to the subcommittee that were discussed by the small group that met with dhr is -- can be revealed. and if there's a problem with that, we can certainly get that information to the subcommittee or to the entire committee as well as historic preservation. so, i think that would be wise. maybe we should talk after the meeting about procedural matters and i can check with the city attorney and make sure we get this information out as soon as possible. if that sounds reasonable to you. >> that is the plan. materials will be brought on the 23rd
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